OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden is 88 and still keeps a busy schedule of speaking engagements. On Wednesday he was in Omaha - his fourth city in a week - to receive the Tom Osborne Legacy Award for his contributions to college football and leadership in the community.
He spoke at a Rotary Club luncheon and appeared at the Outland Trophy Banquet. In between, Bowden sat down with The Associated Press to discuss the program at Florida State, where he won more than 300 games and two national championships from 1976-2009, in addition to Alabama's latest title and his memories of beating Osborne's Nebraska team for the 1993 title.